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Ages 2 to 16

Domuschola International School

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Language of instructionEnglish
Age RangeAges 2 to 16
International Baccalaureate Yes
Yearly fees (G7): Php223,652
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Quick summary of key school information

Language of instruction English
Native English teachers
Extra languages (other than English)
Class sizes Average
Maximum 25 students / class
Extracurricular activities
School bus
Yearly fees: Php223,652

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Max. number of students per class


Does the school employ teaching assistants?


Uniform required


Entry evaluation for students


External examinations or assessments available

IB Diploma, IGCSE

School start time

Nursery: 8:30 am
KG1: 8:00 am
KG2: 8:00 am
KG3: 8:00 am
G1 - G12: 7:30 am

School finish time

Nursery: 2:30 pm
KG1 - KG3: 3:00 pm
G1 - G12: 3:30 pm

Extracurricular activities or clubs offered

The school offers wide variety of clubs.

School provided lunches


Sports activities included

Physical education

Sports facilities at the school

Outdoor court, playroom

Sports teams or sport competitions available for students


Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

Domuschola International School is an IB World School.

Domuschola is a merger of two Latin words, Domus which is Home and Schola or school or place of learning. The name is meant to emphasize the close liaison between home and school, the two worlds of the growing student. It connotes that the school is the student's extension or second home and teachers are their second parents. The coined word also illustrates the bridging" of the student's home and the school in the continuing development of the student. It also underscores the critical role of the parents as active partners of the school in the continuum of learning. The learning in school is not just academic but must have a carry-over application to the student's natural environments, the home and the community.

Teaching approach of the school

The school follows the mandated curriculum of the Department of Education. However, in keeping with its goal of developing critical thinking, the school encourages student-initiated, but guided, inquiry and the free exchange of ideas.

The curriculum does not seek to impose any single view of truth but rather to help pupils to engage with issues critical importance and relevance to their lives. Its goal is to encourage open-minded discussion and develop skills of problem-solving and decision-making.